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In shelter Cat

Ferndale, MI, 48220
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Bella and Boo were brought to us from Imlay City when their human was admitted to a nursing home in November. Bella has had tough time recovering from being very underweight (under 4 pounds), dehydrated, and severly matted. She has still a very peitite lady, but her eyes have cleared up and she is a very playful and loving girl now that she is feeling better! She is hard to get a picture of becasue she wants to come to you for head butts and love. She is nearing 5 pounds now and loves to eat now! She had to be shaved due to all the matts in her fur, but her fur is slowly growing in and once it fully does she will be such a beautiful floofy girl. 

Boo is a little more reserved. He isnt really a lap cat yet, but hes getting so close! He comes up for love and pets, and is so close to wanting to jump in his foster moms lap! He is very curious and playful, and loves to interact with you with flashy things. If he catches light he will chase it, and he loves a laser toy. 

These two can defintely be adopted together but they dont seem like they couldnt live without each other, either. They sleep in the same room but dont snuggle or sleep together. 

Their adoption fee is $150 each or $250 for the pair. Please apply to meet them today!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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